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5-09-2011 @ 3:38PM
glyphs range in price on server i' playing on now from 50g-300g, is this the normal range? because my mains server they never go over 150 at the most expensive.
5-09-2011 @ 3:44PM
On my server, there's a particular seller who always comes along and posts EVERY glyph for 25g >.< If there's no one else posting a particular glyph, I put it up for 200g, though. Just depends on how greedy your glyphers are, and how aggressively they undercut each other :) 300g is pretty high though.
5-09-2011 @ 3:46PM
There's a plethora of glyphs posted on my server a sub-20g prices. This is largely due to herb farmers being back in the game, as prices of herbs have plummeted recently. That said, there are also plenty of glyphs posted above 150g and a few are even above 250g.
5-09-2011 @ 3:55PM
I'm a small player in my servers glyph market but I know the prices at least, goes up to 200g but rare, 100g some, large chunk at 60-80g and an even larger chunk at
5-09-2011 @ 5:50PM
It is normal as there are two big issues with glyph pricing: 1) Whether the recipe drops off the northrend book or not, as the northrend ones are slightly more rare. 2) Whether the recipe is trainable, as people typically make a ton of the ones they use to level with and then dump them on the AH. 3) Who all is posting what glyphs. Very few people have the time to make and post 2-3 of everything, so if there's no competition alot of people have their addons post 2-3 times what the price normally is, although I can't say from experience whether they actually sell as alot of the reason why people don't post is because the glyph isn't selling quickly enough (because it sucks).
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